1111, 2020

DVSA and FORS allow classroom training to continue

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the DVSA and TfL today both issued guidance on Driver CPC and FORS approved training which allows Training Organisations to continue to deliver classroom based training during lockdown. This is subject to being able to provide a covid-safe environment for trainers and delegates. We are still providing remote training but have [...]

1810, 2020

FORS Version 5 Requirements

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FORS Version 5 Requirements The FORS Requirements as detailed in Version 5.1 of the Standard is pretty extensive can seem daunting to those who are unfamiliar with it's requirements. Our advice is always the same as we would give to someone taking a test paper - Read The Question WHAT [...]

2904, 2020

Gate Checks – do you do them ?

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Gate Checks and Driver Supervision I often have discussions with Transport Managers who state that they hardly ever see their Drivers as they leave the depot at 4:30 a.m. which sets alarm bells off in my head in terms of checking the quality of daily walkaround checks which are being [...]

2302, 2020

Cyclist vs HGV Driver – a positive mindset?

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Cyclist vs HGV Driver is a poor mindset shared by both groups Whenever we have discussions on Driver CPC Courses about cyclists, which is more often than not, I try to show this video at the end of one of the breaks and follow it up with a series [...]

2002, 2020


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FORS vs DVSA = healthy competition ? Those of us involved in transport compliance will be acutely aware of recent comments by Traffic Commisioner, Kevin Rooney regarding FORS, but what is more interesting is what lies behind those remarks and the general compliance 'industry' and FORS. The DVSA would [...]

1602, 2020

FORS Safe Urban Driving

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With all of our courses, but especially with FORS Safe Urban Driving, we are committed to delivering the best experience we can for attendees, which with SUD includes wherever possible getting people out on bikes to live the Vulnerable Road User experience. We do have a comprehensive inclement weather [...]

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